New book on marine autonomous vehicles
Associate Professor (Reader) in Intelligent Autonomous Control Systems Dr Sanjay Sharma has edited Navigation and Control of Autonomous Marine Vehicles, recently published by The Institution of Engineering and Technology. The book covers the current state of research in navigation, modelling and control of marine autonomous vehicles and is aimed at researchers, academics and postgraduate students interested in autonomous marine vessels, robotics, and electrical and automobile engineering.
Dr Sanjay Sharma
ROBERTS GN and SUTTON R (Eds). Further Advances in Unmanned Marine Vehicles. IET Control Series 77, IET Press, ISBN978-1-84919-479-2, 2012.
ROBERTS GN and SUTTON R (Eds). Advances in Unmanned Marine Vehicles. IEE Control Series, IEE Press, ISBN 0-86341-450-8, 2006.
(2019) Khan AI, Pemberton R, momen A & bristow D 2019 'De-Noising Signals using Wavelet Transform in Internet of Underwater Things' Intellysis 2019, DOI PEARL.
(2019) Day C, McEachen L, Khan AI, Sharma S & Masala G 2019 'Pedestrian Recognition and Obstacle Avoidance for Autonomous Vehicles using Raspberry Pi' IntelliSys 2019 PEARL.
(2018) Singh Y, Sharma S, Sutton R, Hatton DC & Khan A 2018 'Feasibility study of a constrained Dijkstra approach for optimal path planning of an unmanned surface vehicle in a dynamic maritime environment' Costelha H; Calado J; Conde Bento L; Lopes N; Oliveira P2018 IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions (ICARSC) Torres Vedras 25/04/2018 27/04/2018 Danvers Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 117-122 Publisher Site, DOI PEARL.
(2018) Khan AI, Pemberton R, Schoenborn P, Honey S & Edward-Jones A 2018 'Delivering Impact via Student Research: Sharing Best Practice' PedRIO Plymouth 20/04/2018 20/04/2018.
(2018) Y. Singh, Sharma, S., Hatton, D., Sutton, R. and Khan, A. "Efficient Optimal Path Planning of Unmanned Surface Vehicles". In: Navigation and Control of Autonomous Marine Vehicles. Ed. by Sanjay Sharma and Bidyadhar Subudhi. (Accepted). Stevenage: IET, 2018. Chapter 9.
(2014) Sutton R and Sharma S “Editorial, Special Issue on Unmanned Marine Vehicles” Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment, DOI: 10.1177/1475090214522748, Vol 228, Issue 2, May 2014, pp 107, ISSN 1475-0902.
(2012) NAEEM W, SUTTON R and XU T. An Automatic Control and Fault-Tolerant Multi-Sensor Navigation System Design for an Unmanned Maritime Vehicle. ROBERTS GN and SUTTON R (Eds). Further Advances in Unmanned Marine Vehicles. IET Control Series 77, IET Press, ISBN978-1-84919-479-2, 2012.
(2009) Sharma S, S. B. Navigation and Control of Autonomous Marine Vehicles. Stevenage, UK: The Institution of Engineering and Technology.
(2008) Sharma S. K, Siddique M. N. H., Tokhi M. O. and Irwin G. W. “Soft-computing approaches for control of flexible manipulators”, in Flexible Robot Manipulators – TOKHI, M. O. and AZAD, A. K. M. Flexible robot manipulators – Modelling, simulation and control, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, Stevenage, UK. ISBN: 978-0-86341-448-0.
(2008) Khan SG, Naeem W, Sutton R and Sharma S, “Application of Soft Computing Techniques to a LQG Controller Design”, in Chapter 1 Simulation and Virtual Reality Enabled Design and Manufacture Analysis of Advanced Design and Manufacture to Gain a Competitive Edge, Springer London, ISBN: 978-1-84800-240-1 (Print) 978-1-84800-241-8 (Online).
(2006) LOEBIS D, NAEEM W, SUTTON R, CHUDLEY J and TIANO A. Navigation, guidance and control of the Hammerhead autonomous vehicle. ROBERTS GN and SUTTON R (Eds). Advances in Unmanned Marine Vehicles. IEE Control Series, IEE Press, ISBN 0-86341-450-8, 2006.
(2005) Li, K, Yu, W, Yang, S H and Sharma, S "Editorial, Special Issue on Evolutionary Algorithm & Advanced Learning System" International Journal of Information Technology, vol. 11, no. 10.
(2000) BURNS R S, SUTTON R and CRAVEN P J. A Multivariable Online Intelligent Autopilot Design Study. The Ocean Engineering Handbook, CRC Press LLC, December 2000, pp 252-259.